Using the outcome-based quality improvement model and OASIS to improve HMO patients' outcomes. Outcome Assessment and Information Set.

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The study purpose was to determine if use of the Outcome-Based Quality Improvement (OBQI) model, including a subset of the outcome Assessment and Information Set (OASIS), enhanced outcomes for health maintenance organization (HMO) patients referred for care to six contracted home health agencies (HHAs). After four quarters of data-driven quality improvement… (More)

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@article{Adams1998UsingTO, title={Using the outcome-based quality improvement model and OASIS to improve HMO patients' outcomes. Outcome Assessment and Information Set.}, author={Carolyn E Adams and Mardell Wilson and M F Haney and Robert A. Short}, journal={Home healthcare nurse}, year={1998}, volume={16 6}, pages={395-401} }